The jobs would be axed in department such as IT, human resources and finance.

This move will take the total number of job cuts made by the company in Australia so far since last year to over 400.

CCA group managing director Alison Watkins said that the trading conditions is challenging in Australia and the company is yet to see improvements in its products sales through channels such as supermarkets, pubs, bottle shops and other outlets.

Over the recent past, the company launched many new products including mini 250-ml soft drink cans, Barista Bros iced coffee, Zico coconut water and budget-priced bottled water.

However, these new launches could not increase the volumes and sales in the country.

The company is likely to add jobs in sales and merchandising and intends to make further investments in marketing and promotions.

CCA in October had announced its plans to shut the production facility in Bayswater, Western Australia, a move that was expected to cut 57 permanent jobs.

The company had then stated that once the plant is closed, the operations at Bayswater facility would be shifted to other larger facilities over the next 12 months.